Coronavirus face masks: an environmental disaster that might last generations

Face coverings are now a legal requirement in many public spaces around the world. But even before they became compulsory, masks were causing litter problems on land and at sea. One February beach clean in Hong Kong found 70 masks along 100 metres of shoreline, with 30 more appearing a week later. In the Mediterranean, masks have reportedly been seen floating…

Coronavirus face masks: an environmental disaster that might last generations

Author: EHEditor

I am an Environmental Scientist, an Environmental Impact Assessment expert, Industrial Chemist by Training, and environmentalist by nature. Member AEIAN, NES, IAIA,

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